We are having the last book fair of the year, this week. All books are Buy One Get One Free!!! It is the perfect time to stock up on some new summer reading material. It is open before school (8:30-9:00), during lunch and on Wednesday night during the Education Fair (5:30-7:00 pm).
Kindergarten Registration for the 2017-2018 school year will be held on Tuesday, March 14th from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Please bring your kindergartener with you. We will do an academic prescreening while you are completing the registration forms.
**REMEMBER to complete registration you must present an official birth certificate issued by the county, immunization records, and 3 forms showing proof of residency when you come. If you do not bring the immunization record your student may be registered, but will not be assigned a teacher until the required immunizations are documented or unless there is an immunization exemption form signed. Please help us by informing neighbors, friends and relatives who do not currently have children in school.
For kindergarten attendance, Utah State law requires the following immunizations for the protection of your child and others from communicable diseases:
5 DTaP 4 Polio 2 MMR 3 Hepatitis B 2 Hepatitis A 2 Varicella (Chickenpox)
It's March, and that means it's time for the Education Fair! The Education Fair is a Goshen School custom that allows our students to show off the things they know in the categories of Literature, Math, Science and Social Studies. Students may choose a project to do in any of the categories they choose. They may choose just one category to focus on, or they may do a project in each category if they would like. Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd & 3rd prize in each category in each grade. Here are some important dates to remember for the upcoming fair:
March 20th: All entries for the LITERATURE category will be due in the office. (This gives the judges enough time to read and score the stories).
March 29th: All entries for the MATH, SCIENCE & SOCIAL STUDIES categories will be due.
March 29th: Judging will happen during school hours for all entries. Please have students wear their best dress for the judging. Parents are not allowed to accompany their child during the judging process.
March 29: Awards Assembly will be held at 7:00 pm in the gym. The students' projects will be on exhibit from 6:00-6:45 pm.
If you have any questions, please call the school.
The end of the third term is coming up on March 16th, so that means it's time for our last SEP meetings of the year! Meetings will begin at 3:30 pm on March 16th. Please sign up under your teachers' names for the best available time for you. The link to the sign up page has been provided below. If you have any questions, please feel free to call the school
The Loveland Living Planet Aquarium made a visiting field trip to the Goshen School 2nd grade classes.
Our 2nd grade was able to learn about the 7 continents on the earth by sitting around a large rug of the earth. They were shown where the rainforests are located and about some of the different animals that live there. Students were then given the opportunity to look and touch different snakes, lizards, cockroaches and to meet a beautiful blue parrot who waved at them and flapped his wings. Our 2nd grade will make a follow-up field trip to the Aquarium in March.
During our January Falcon's Pride Assembly, the Fourth Grade showed the school how well they know the steps to long division by performing a song that they learned to help them. With their sunglasses and awesome dance moves, they demonstrated the division process. Great Job guys!
Our January Ambassadors of the Month were announced at our January Falcon's Pride Assembly. They were chosen for being Respectful. A huge thanks goes out to these students for being a great example to their fellow classmates for showing respect for themselves, their peers and their teachers!
During our BIG Assembly for December (it was held in January), the third graders were able to show the school something that they've been working on. They have been working really hard on learning their multiplication facts (thanks to their awesome teachers, Mrs. Barber and Mrs. Larsen), and they showed the school some different beats that they use to help them remember the facts. They did a great job! Thanks for sharing that with us!
The students who were honored by both their teachers and bus drivers for being the Ambassadors of the month for December, were announced when school resumed in January. These students were picked because they were helpful. Congratulations to those who received this honor. Both teachers and bus drivers rely on our helpful students.